Ag in the Classroom - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Ag in the Classroom

 

To celebrate Ag Literacy Week, KFB members Catie Armstrong, Sarah Armstrong, Anna Ellis, Lilly Jones, and Cole Cannon read ag related books to Mrs. Abby Smith's fourth grade class at Lyon County Elementary School. They passed out different types of apples for the kids to sample as part of the activity.

 

KFB members Catie Armstrong, Sarah Armstrong, Anna Ellis, Lilly Jones, and Cole Cannon read ag related books to Mrs. Smith's fourth grade class at Lyon Co Elementary School.
KFB members passed out different types of apples to the fourth grade class after reading a book about apples.
KFM members passing out different types of apples to the fourth grade class after reading a book about apples.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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